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Little Women

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A Full Cast

19 Hours 3 Minutes

LibriVox

February 2011

Audio Book Summary

Louisa May Alcott's beloved 1868 novel is about the four March girls - Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy - who are growing up in Massachusetts during the Civil War. As the novel opens, their father is away at war, and the girls are struggling to be good and to reconcile themselves to their relative poverty. Each has her trials to deal with, and they are encouraged by their loving mother, and by their friendship with their neighbor, Theodore "Laurie" Laurence.

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  • Kira Simon

    Only made it 35 minutes. Had a hard time following narrator as it sounded like ONE LONG RUN ON SENTENCE.

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  • Beth M.

    The book Little Women is such a great book. The movie Little Women is one of my favorite. But some of the narrating was hard to understand. It would have been nice if there was just one narrator. But over all I loved listing to Little Women.

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  • Kristen Norris

    The book is a lovely classic, beautifully written, with a timeless mastery of script and description everyone should read. The readers were not very successful in maintaining a tone or cadence fitting of the prose. Some narrators sounded as if they were reading their grocery list.

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  • Claudia Hofer

    Great book!Loved listening to the different narrators.

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  • Ruth K.

    This book is described as having "A full cast". I thought this meant there would be voices for each character. This was not the case. Instead, each chapter had a different narrator, some of whom were hard to understand and/or read in a monotone. Loved the story though.

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  • Paul D.

    The reader is so bad that I just could not listen beyond 30 minutes.

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  • Anonymous

    I enjoyed it very much but had to skip a couple of chapters completely because I couldn’t bear listening to those narrators! I know it’s free so I guess we should take what we can get but honestly, a man!? Narrating Little Women? And an old lady from the north of England? The woman with the strange accent? And yes the whole monotone thing that one narrator had going on? I wanted the pleasant gentle soft American accented women eg Mary Anderson to do justice to such a great novel. Thank you.

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  • Siqi Z.

    It's a classic. Good book. But few of the narrators are monotone and hard to follow, reading the dialogues as a very long one sentence.

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  • Rachel Oliver

    Have seen the movie as a child but loved the book so much more (as most books are of course better). With it being a free book some of the narrators are better than others but never the less very enjoyable.

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  • Brenda Dobie

    Great book! No wonder it's a classic!! The various narrators were mostly great. Only a few very monotone.

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